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Nancy Novak, Chief Innovation Officer at Compass Datacenters

Construction Business Owner

Nancy Novak, Chief Innovation Officer at Compass Datacenters. Thu, 11/10/2022 - 16:39. 1 Must-Have: “The ability to continue learning. To keep me wanting to jump out of bed and do what I do every day, I have to stay plugged in.”.

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Hybrid work in construction offices here to stay

Construction Dive

Though the physical nature of construction work hasn’t changed, the industry’s office employees increasingly have stayed home since the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Nancy Novak, Chief Innovation Officer at Compass Datacenters

Construction Business Owner

Nancy Novak, Chief Innovation Officer at Compass Datacenters. Thu, 11/10/2022 - 16:39. 1 Must-Have: “The ability to continue learning. To keep me wanting to jump out of bed and do what I do every day, I have to stay plugged in.”.

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Skanska writes off $195M, cites US office market

Construction Dive

Poor return-to-office rates in the U.S. are contributing to struggles in the Swedish builder’s portfolio.

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What's Coming in 2021 for Retail, Restaurant & Office Builds

Construction Business Owner

What's Coming in 2021 for Retail, Restaurant & Office Builds. Elizabeth Manning. Tue, 01/05/2021 - 17:15. Over the last 7 months, the construction industry has weathered the impacts stemming from COVID-19 significantly better than other sectors—all things considered.

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Dallas bucks national office construction slump

Construction Dive

Dallas leads the county in office space under construction, according to commercial real estate services firms Cushman & Wakfield and CBRE.

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Office construction may never return to pre-pandemic levels

Construction Dive

Despite some massive office projects scraping the sky, Dodge chief economist Richard Branch still expects starts in the sector to tumble.

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